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Monday, August 13, 2012

Eastside Mayoral Candidate Forum set for Thursday in Boyle Heights

** Blogger's Note: Longtime friend of City Terrace's Tony Villar and Democratic Activist Art Pulido, joins with the East Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce in hosting 2013 Mayoral Campaign Candidate Forum this Thursday in Boyle Heights. As of now, Wendy Greuel, Kevin James, Jan Perry and Emanuel Pleitez are confirm to attend---Scott Johnson.  

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Blogger g said:

I'M GLAD THEIR HAVING DEBATES I JUST WISH THERE WAS SOMEONE WITHOUT AN AGENDA TO VOTE FOR. WENDY GREUEL,JAN PERRY,ERIC GARCITTI ARE ALL BOUGHT BY BEVERLY HILLS,AND BRENTWOOD. NOW KEVIN JAMES HE'S RIGHT ABOUT SOME THINGS BUT RADICAL ABOUT OTHER THINGS. HARD TO BUILD SUPPORT IF YOU ALIENATE THOUGH'S AROUND YOU. BUT THE CITY WON'T BE FIXED BY KISSING A**ES EITHER. WE NEED SERIOUS AUDITS NOT JUST OF LOW LEVEL WORKERS BUT THE DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS FROM WHO,FOR WHAT, BY WHOM. RUNNING AND WINNING OFFICE ISN'T EASY BUT FLAGGING THINGS BYE WON'T REPAIR WHATS WRONG. LOCAL GROUPS MEANING NC'S,CHAMBER OF COMERCES,LOCAL UNIONS,BUSINESS OWNERS, DEVELOPERS ALL WITH SOMETHING TO GAIN SHOULD BE LOOKED AT AND AUDITED. LOCAL CORRUPTION IS PART OF A NETWORK OF LOCALLY DRIVEN PEOPLE LOOKING FOR MORE SELF PROMOTION, STATUS AT THE EXPENSE OF AVERAGE RESIDENTS AND TAXPAYERS. CUTS TO SERVICES AND SCHOOLS ARE A RESULT OF THESE LOCAL GROUPS WHO CLAIM THEY KNOW WHATS BEST FOR US. DON'T FALL FOR IT!!

August 14, 2012 4:43 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

LA Mayoral Candidate Forum in Boyle Heights August 16th, was great. Organizer Art Pullito did a great job, with no money. I believe the forum went well, It was great to see again in Boyle Heights so many multicultural crowd in the people attending. And the Candidates: Jan Perry, well known in BH, and her support to our community to clean up toxic air pollution and Vernon run away pollution and corruption. Also, Emanuel Pleitez, which people liked ry much, definetely took the stage and the audience, he dealt with real issues, answer the questions with experience and knowledge, and recommendation as to how to proceed and reduce corruption by confronting it. as an expert in the world of technology communication, he voiced his concern of or City not utilizing the needed technology in the LAPD, LAFD and City Hall, he explained how much more efficient government services be, with less costs, and less iability and he gave some facts about paper files stock to the cealing in some cases, when it could be implement into a computor system for security and safety, and able to retrieve the information, and budget plans, He also spoke about keeping viable businesses that offer jobs creation in LA, California, looking at busineses as to how will it benefit LA, NOT JUST another business, but what is their contribution overall to the city in ways of employment, training, environment and more. Kevin James, I stop listenng to him as he answer the questions and referred us to his web site for more information, over and over again. all the answers to the questions he ended with to to my web site. Why we have go to his web side, he was present at the forum, I felt he needed to use the time more so in answering the questions than advertisement for his web. And Eddie Miller, very down to earth, dealing with the homeless population and issues, with LAUSD, and basically dealing with our communities and Latinos. Those that did not show for the Forum was: Erick Garcetti, and Wendy Greuel, we were not a priority. Apparently Garcetti was not given ample time to rearrange his schedule, however, Greuel was given more time and only said no two days before the Forum.

August 17, 2012 11:20 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thank you g, well done. East Los Angeles Community Development is one of those non profits, with Maria Gabildo, speaking on behalf of the community, and having her employees on protest against other developers. With the help of Councilmen Huizar, which was paid for consulting fees from them, has allowed this developer to monopolize the use of land, and built a few good structures, but the rest, afforable housing in Boyle Heights with low grade materials, and ugly housing in Boyle Heights. Maria Galbildo has spoken for the community that they do not want a CVS at the corner of Cesar Chavez and Soto, who is she a developer that want to built more afforable housing. Boyle heights, beside haveing two three government housing allready, has continue to take over land and built the most dense community with afforable housing, or Senior housing promised, than turn it around to services homeless housing in residential areas. Boyle Heights has to highest percentage AFFORABle housing built in the last fifteen years by ELACC, and continue to do so, her allies Mayor AV, and Councilmen Huizar, now Governor Brown things she is the resurrection of Boyle Heights, thank to the Mayor and Huizar.

August 17, 2012 11:34 AM  

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August 23, 2012 11:10 AM  

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